The day after the announcement of The CW's pending launch, on January 25, 2006, Fox dropped all network references from its UPN stations' on-air branding, and stopped promoting UPN's programs altogether.Accordingly, KCOP changed its branding from "UPN 13" to "Channel 13", and amended the station's 2002 logo to omit the UPN logo and just feature the boxed "13".On August 12, 2000, Chris-Craft sold its UPN stations to the Fox Television Stations subsidiary of News Corporation for .5 billion; a deal that was finalized on July 31, 2001, creating a duopoly with Fox O&O KTTV.
, both of which moved to KCBS-TV (channel 2) in 1989, and later to KABC-TV (channel 7) in 1992.
The station tried airing movies six nights a week in 1992; however, it fared poorly.
As of September 14, 2015, the station began airing other programming in My Network TV's traditional 8 p.m.-10 p.m. This makes KCOP the most high-profile station carrying My Network TV to move it out of primetime, along with the first Fox-owned station to do so (Gary, Indiana (in the Chicago media market)-licensed WPWR-TV moved My Network TV programming to 10 p.m.-midnight on September 1, 2016 after assuming that market's The CW affiliation from Tribune-owned WGN-TV, taking The CW as its primary affiliation; WPWR would later move My Network TV programming to to PM Central Time).
timeslot, including TMZ Live and Hollywood Today Live; My Network TV's schedule is now carried out of primetime in late night from p.m. At some point in time, KCOP moved MNTV back to the 8-10pm slot.
In three other markets where Fox owns My Network TV stations (Chicago, Houston and Washington, D.